meelosh - 1:00 pm on Dec 16, 2009 (gmt 0)
thanks for the tips guys
this is something i have just recently been exposed too....and have always just left the credits in the script ...but just stating what license and usually a url to the license. i think i will develop a credits page in my links section.
when using tools to strip js of comments and compress it...it is important to replace the credits (in my opinion)...especially if you are in a competitive environment where it is easier to hurt your site than out rank it. i try leaving nothing for the competitors to get their grubby little paws on. call me paranoid but i have run into some people that will stop at nothing to hurt my sites instead of making theirs better.
thanks again for the advice